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Healing That Utilizes "Devils in Disguise"

This page is a compilation of many words that are used in the New Age Movement, especially in occult healing. If you see these words used in a positive way on an allegedly Christian website or Christian business, beware. The Bible warns us to not give place to the devil because place can indeed be given:

"Neither give place to the devil." Ephesians 4:27

Subtle energy is from that "old serpent, called the Devil" who is subtle:

Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden? (Genesis 3:1)

Note: Modern Bible versions as well as New Agers/occultists use the word, demon rather than devil. (I am working to get out of the habit of using the word, demon as a synonym for devil. It is not wrong to use the word demons as a synonym for devils as long as you understand that New Agers ascribe a different meaning to the word, "demon" than a Christian does.)

"Demon" is not necessarily a synonym for devil. Those involved in paganism worship demons and use them to carry out specific assignments. Witches have familiar spirits (guiding spirits) which they refer to as demons and they definitely regard them as something that is good. The word, "demon" has a good connotation in the eyes of some:

"demon, supernatural being, generally malevolent in character. In general, the more civilized pagan societies came to consider demons as powerful, supernatural beings who lacked the dignity of gods and who, depending on the circumstance, might be either benevolent or malevolent in their dealings with men."

(Quote source: The Free and modern Webster's Dictionary give the following definitions for "demon". Notice the second and third definitions:

Main Entry: deˇmon Variant(s): or daeˇmon
Etymology: Middle English demon, from Late Latin & Latin; Late Latin daemon evil spirit, from Latin, divinity, spirit, from Greek daimon, 1 a. an evil spirit b. : a source or agent of evil, harm, distress, or ruin 2 usually daemon : an attendant power or spirit: Genius 3 usually daemon : a supernatural being of Greek mythology intermediate between gods and men

Unlike the word, demon, the word devil has a consistent connotation of evil. Dictionary.Com, and the modern Webster's Dictionary define devil as follows:

1. Devil - In many religions, the major personified spirit of evil, ruler of Hell, and foe of God. Used with the. 2. A subordinate evil spirit; a demon. 3. A wicked or malevolent person.

Below are "Energies" That Are Really Devils in Disguise

vital force: (bioenergy, cosmic energy, cosmic energy force, cosmic force, cosmic life energy, cosmic life force, elan vital, energy of being, force of life, force vitale, inner vital energy, internal energy, life, life energy, life force, life force energy, life power, life source energy, nerve energy, nerve force, personal energy, spirit, subtle energy, universal energy, universal life energy, universal life energy power, universal life force, universal life force energy, universal life principle, vital cosmic force, vital element, vital energy, vital energy force, vitality, vital life force, vital life force energy, vitalistic principle, vitality energy, vital life spirit, vital magnetism, vital principle, vital spirit): An alleged nonmaterial "force" that sustains life.

Its aspects include the following. Related systems or methods are in parentheses.

frequency healing

vital ki energy (vital energy healing)

animal magnetism (mesmerism)

archetypal energy (dreamwork)

astral light (Theosophy)

aura (energy field work, Kirlian diagnosis)

bioelectrical energy (magical aromatherapy)

biological energy (neural therapy)

biomagnetic energy (Physio-Spiritual Etheric Body healing)

biomagnetism (de la Warr system)

bioplasmic energy (Bioplasmic healing)

body energy (Magno-Therapy, Zero Balancing)

chi (Chinese medicine)

core energy (inner self healing process)

Divine Energy (7 Keys Meditation Program)

divine healing energy (Emotional Energetic Healing)

dynamis (homeopathy)

Earth energy (Iron Shirt Chi Kung)

eck (Eckankar)

energy body (core energetics, Pranic Healing)

essence (Diamond Approach)

etheric body (curative eurhythmy)

etheronic force (Edgar Cayce tradition)

God Force (Rainbow Diet)

healing dolphin energy (Lifeline)

healing light energy (Chi Nei Tsang)

 innate healing energy (homeovitics)

Innate Intelligence (chiropractic) Note: Not all chiropractors utilize "energy healing."

jariki (Zazen)

ki (shiatsu)

kundalini (kundalini yoga)

libidinal energy (Jungian psychology)

life-fields, L-Fields (radionics)

liquid light of sex

Living Energy (Living Energy Training)

magical energies (magical diet)

magnetic energy (magnet therapy)

mana (kahuna healing)

MariEL (MariEL)

Moon energy (Celtic magic)

orgone (Reichian Therapy)

pneuma (bioenergetics)

prana (Ayurveda)

psychic energy (psychic healing)

reiki (Reiki)

seichim (Seichim)

seiki (seiki-jutsu)

sexual energy (Gnosis, Tantra)

shakti (spiritual midwifery)

Shin-ki (Shinkiko)

Shintsu-Riki (R) (Kobayashi Technique)

tachyon energy (electromagnetic healing)

transformation energy (Cellular Theta Breath)

universal creative healing energy (Planetary Herbology)

Universal Fifth Dimensional Energy (Alchemia)

vis medicatrix naturae (naturopathy)

The expression "healing energy" is synonymous with most of these expressions. Similar concepts relevant to alternative healthcare include: bio-current, biomagnetic waves, entelechy, M-fields, morphogenic fields (morphogenetic fields, morphic fields, morphic resonance), odic force, paraelectricity, psi-fields, psi plasma, vis formativa, and zero-point energy (virtual energy).

Source: courtship of spirits

Vibrational medicine:  The expressions "energy healing," "energy work," and "energetic healing work" appear synonymous with "vibrational medicine." Healing philosophy whose main tenet is that humans are "dynamic energy systems" ("body/mind/spirit" complexes) and reflect evolutionary patterns of soul growth. Its postulates include the following. (a ) Health and illness originate in subtle energy systems. (b) These systems coordinate the life-force and the physical body. (c) Emotions, spirituality, and nutritional and environmental factors affect the subtle energy systems. Vibrational medicine embraces acupuncture, aromatherapy, Bach flower therapy, chakra rebalancing, channeling, color therapy, crystal healing, absent healing, electroacupuncture,  flower essence therapy, homeopathy, Kirilian photography, laserpuncture, the laying on of hands, meridian therapy, mesmerism, moxibustion, Past-life Regression, Polarity Therapy, psychic healing, psychic surgery, Reiki, sonopuncture, Toning, Transcendental Meditation, and Therapeutic Touch.

The source for the terms below:

Alternative Health Dictionary

chakra: Any of an indefinite number of yogic alleged invisible bodily openings for "life energy." These openings allow devils (which are referred to by occultists as life energy) to go in and out of a person.

clairvoyant: One who claims or appears to have clairvoyance, the alleged ability to obtain information in a way that does not involve using any of the known human senses. (Clairvoyants obtain their information from devils, which often disguise themselves as benevolent angels.)

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